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Launched this November, we’ve opened our first ever Medley pop-up store in Melbourne’s fashion capital, Chadstone.
In celebration, we are thrilled to partner with local legends, Melbourne Martini, who are providing their special brand of bar quality, premium, indulgent cocktails for our official store launch event.
When it comes to curating a considered jewellery wardrobe, there’s room for both fine and demi fine pieces in your collection. Both types serve a purpose, and both are made with quality materials, so you won’t be choosing a throw-away style.
Read on to discover what demi fine jewellery is, the difference with fine jewellery, and when you should choose one or the other.
In the realm of jewellery, geometric patterns and symmetrical designs are commonplace. But a new trend has surged which is made for Summer, drawing inspiration from the graceful curves, rhythmic movements, and ever-in-motion energy of ocean waves. This season it's all about jewellery in organic-inspired forms.
Celebrating the focal point of our Medley Summer ‘24 jewellery collection, the Wave edit, we’re delving into this trend, its symbolism, and how to wear it.
We love a bold, statement jewellery piece. While there’ll always be a place for our fine, layerable essentials, some days – and some outfits – call for a more impactful moment. Obsessed with eye-catching 70s jewellery after bingeing Daisy Jones? Just want to make sure you’ll *actually* wear that chunky chain necklace before you add-to-cart? We have you covered with our guide to wearing statement jewellery; from a simple, everyday statement to a full-blown bold look.
The curated ear look has evolved beyond the realm of trends and is now a staple part of styling an individual, personalised, and fashionable look for any occasion. The question is, how can you style your own expressive ear stack if you don’t have an earful of piercings? Read on for our guide to faking multiple lobe piercings and helix piercings like a pro!
Mother's Day is unique to everyone. We wanted to reflect on some ways that many people might be marking the day – including remembering and honouring Mums. We spoke to Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn, who created the popular Good Mourning podcast and book after losing their Mums unexpectedly.